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Let me introduce myself.

Portrait of Jonny Bobgan, Graphic Designer

Jonny Bobgan is a graphic designer and web developer with a passion for building and refreshing brands. With strategy at the core of his process, he works closely with his clients to create cohesive brand systems that position them for success through audience engagement.

Jonny began studying and preparing for his graphic design career at the age of 15. He continued to pursue his education in design while serving in the Marine Corps. Re-entering civilian life, he finished his formal education at Seattle Central Creative Academy before diving into his career in the creative industry. With nearly a decade of professional experience working with clients of diverse industries, his curiosity and passion for design grow exponentially.

Outside of work, he loves being a husband and father of three. They have two daughters, a son, and two 2 chocolate labs!

They all love the outdoors, which is where Jonny finds the inspiration for his artwork that he frequently posts to his Instagram account, shown in the feed below.


Big Thinkers Society, 2018–Present

Creative Director, Graphic Designer, Web Designer and Developer


Seekfire Creative, 2009–Present

Founder, Graphic Designer, Web Designer and Developer,  Illustrator

Vertetude, Aug 2012–Feb 2017

Art Director, Graphic Designer


Seattle Central Creative Academy

Graphic Design (2011–2012)
Publishing Arts (2010–2011)

Additional Studies

For the last 15 years, I’ve completed dozens of online courses to improve my soft skills and technical skills. Creative Live, Skillshare, Udemy, and LinkedIn Learning have been particularly valuable resources for me.


Brand Identity, Logo Design, Website Design and Development, User Experience, Search Engine Optimization, Analytics, Marketing Collateral, Lead Generation, Infographics, Digital Ads, Illustration and Iconography

Tech Skills

Adobe Creative Cloud (InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop, After Effects), Wireframing and Prototyping,
WordPress, HTML and CSS